WHILE A GROUP OF FRIENDS WAIT FOR JOE AT THE RR STATION, 1 BOY REMINISCES ABOUT HOW JOE HAS TAUGHT HIM THE VALUE OF FRIENDSHIPS & HOW TO DEVELOP AN APPRECIATION FOR PEOPLE OF VARYING PERSONALITIES.
Producer Coronet Instructional FilmsAudio/Visual sound, b&w
Bunch of teenagers pile out of car and run through the train station
VO: "Not many months ago, I remember I used to go home from school alone."
Scene of teen boy leaving school by himself
Group of boys run into locker room
VO: "The fellas were all talking about the baskets Joe had made. Of course, he could shoot goals, but I couldn't see what there was to be exited about.... And, I thought....what a conceited guy! After all, they'd been saying I was the best player. Well I could go my way, I didn't need him."
Guys crowded around Joe
CU Bob looking mad
Joe goes over to talk to Bob: "It sure is a good team, Bob and you fellas really work together. I wouldn't have made half those shots if you hadn't been there, feeding the ball to me at the right time.
CU Bob looking surprised
Many scenes of two boys doing things together; homework, tennis, hiking.
Joe struggles to write an essay *
VO Bob: "Look at Eddie, now....he's probably trying for a date."
CU Bob smiling: "Oh, well I don't need to worry."
CU Marie smiling at Bob
January 3, 2015
Cute film for 1950
Perhaps a little old fashioned for today's young generation, but I found this instructional film on friendship very enjoyable with some good pointers
September 30, 2014
underneath all the gung-ho enthusiasm and middle-american mythos, a little reminder of the important things ... :D !